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CUNY Renaissance Events, Fall 2000
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1805  Monday, 25 September 2000.

From:           Martin Elsky <
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Date:           Sunday, 24 Sep 2000 00:45:45 -0400
Subject:        CUNY Renaissance Events, Fall 2000

{With apologies for cross posting }

We are pleased to announce the following:

CUNY Graduate School and University Center
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New York, NY 10016


Thursday, September 28: Elaine Beilin (Framingham State College),
Reinventing Anne Askew in Song, Sermon, Story, and Television Series.
5:00-9:00pm, Room 9207. (Sponsored by Society for the Study of Women in
the Renaissance; for further information, contact Betty Travitsky at the
following e-mail address: <
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Thursday, October 26: Melinda Gough (Oklahoma State University),
Henrietta Maria and Cross-Channel Traditions of Female Performance on
the Court Stage.  5:00-9:00pm, Room 9207. (Sponsored by SSWR)

Thursday, November 9: IRVING HOWE MEMORIAL LECTURE: Frank Kermode
(Cambridge University), Shakespeare and Politics. 6:00pm, Proshansky
Auditorium.  (Sponsored by CUNY Center for the Humanities)

Thursday, November 16: Sharon Achinstein (University of Maryland),
Uncoupling Mary Astell and Feminism.5:00-9:00pm, Room 9207. (Sponsored
by SSWR)

Friday, November 17: RENAISSANCE STUDIES COLLOQUIUM: The Image and the
Court: Van Dyck, Monarchs, and Puritans. Arthur W. Wheelock, Jr.
(National Gallery, Washington DC), The Queen, the Dwarf, and the Court:
Van Dyck and the Ideals of the English Monarchy; Nigel Smith (Princeton
University), Art and the English Republic: Courtliness Puritanised and


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